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    Cf and Dogs

    My son is 7 and was diagnosed in November. He was tested for allergies to dogs and they all came back negative. The doctor said that as long as we keep them cut down and clean it is no big issue right now. We have taken some steps like we are keeping the dogs in the kitchen and they are shaved down and they also recieve a bath every 2 weeks with a special shampoo. What more can i do?? I should also add the Eric found the one dog when he was 2 and he believes that this is his dog and loves him so much. I am so confused!! Ideas??

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    Cf and Dogs

    My son is 7 and was diagnosed in November. He was tested for allergies to dogs and they all came back negative. The doctor said that as long as we keep them cut down and clean it is no big issue right now. We have taken some steps like we are keeping the dogs in the kitchen and they are shaved down and they also recieve a bath every 2 weeks with a special shampoo. What more can i do?? I should also add the Eric found the one dog when he was 2 and he believes that this is his dog and loves him so much. I am so confused!! Ideas??

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    Cf and Dogs

    My son is 7 and was diagnosed in November. He was tested for allergies to dogs and they all came back negative. The doctor said that as long as we keep them cut down and clean it is no big issue right now. We have taken some steps like we are keeping the dogs in the kitchen and they are shaved down and they also recieve a bath every 2 weeks with a special shampoo. What more can i do?? I should also add the Eric found the one dog when he was 2 and he believes that this is his dog and loves him so much. I am so confused!! Ideas??

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    Cf and Dogs

    My son is 7 and was diagnosed in November. He was tested for allergies to dogs and they all came back negative. The doctor said that as long as we keep them cut down and clean it is no big issue right now. We have taken some steps like we are keeping the dogs in the kitchen and they are shaved down and they also recieve a bath every 2 weeks with a special shampoo. What more can i do?? I should also add the Eric found the one dog when he was 2 and he believes that this is his dog and loves him so much. I am so confused!! Ideas??

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    Cf and Dogs

    My son is 7 and was diagnosed in November. He was tested for allergies to dogs and they all came back negative. The doctor said that as long as we keep them cut down and clean it is no big issue right now. We have taken some steps like we are keeping the dogs in the kitchen and they are shaved down and they also recieve a bath every 2 weeks with a special shampoo. What more can i do?? I should also add the Eric found the one dog when he was 2 and he believes that this is his dog and loves him so much. I am so confused!! Ideas??

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    My 2 cents is that you are doing everything right with the dogs, especially since your son is not even allergic from the IGE standpoint. If you want more ideas on how to reduce respiratory/sinus irritants in your home, you might check the asthma, allergies and green sections of the forums. There is lots of info on unscented detergents, cleaning green, dust covers for bedding, air filters...etc.

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    My 2 cents is that you are doing everything right with the dogs, especially since your son is not even allergic from the IGE standpoint. If you want more ideas on how to reduce respiratory/sinus irritants in your home, you might check the asthma, allergies and green sections of the forums. There is lots of info on unscented detergents, cleaning green, dust covers for bedding, air filters...etc.

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    My 2 cents is that you are doing everything right with the dogs, especially since your son is not even allergic from the IGE standpoint. If you want more ideas on how to reduce respiratory/sinus irritants in your home, you might check the asthma, allergies and green sections of the forums. There is lots of info on unscented detergents, cleaning green, dust covers for bedding, air filters...etc.

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    My 2 cents is that you are doing everything right with the dogs, especially since your son is not even allergic from the IGE standpoint. If you want more ideas on how to reduce respiratory/sinus irritants in your home, you might check the asthma, allergies and green sections of the forums. There is lots of info on unscented detergents, cleaning green, dust covers for bedding, air filters...etc.

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    Cf and Dogs

    My 2 cents is that you are doing everything right with the dogs, especially since your son is not even allergic from the IGE standpoint. If you want more ideas on how to reduce respiratory/sinus irritants in your home, you might check the asthma, allergies and green sections of the forums. There is lots of info on unscented detergents, cleaning green, dust covers for bedding, air filters...etc.

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